Album: Together Through Life (2009)


  • This bar-band blues romp imagines a woman, who would tempt any man to leave his wife. In an article published on Dylan's website, Bill Flanagan asked if this "other woman" was the same Jolene as the one who was immortalized in Dolly Parton's 1973 hit. Dylan replied no, "it's a different lady."

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  • Raymond Bullock from Somerset Tasmania Australia would like to compliment the greatest singer/ songwriter the world will ever see
  • Fred from Laurel, MdRegarding Flanagan's query: I don't know about nowadays, but back in the 60's, anyway, anyone expecting a straight answer to a straight question posed to Dylan was literally on a fool's errand, because he/she was about to made a fool of by RZ, aka BD.
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